Inspired :: The Analogia Project


Photo by Dietlind Wolf

I was on Dietlind Wolf's blog yesterday, and saw that she had posted her pictures of The Analogia Project. I admit that The Analogia Project was new to me, but I really enjoyed learning more about it. 


The Analogia Project is the long-term collaboration between Andrea Mancuso and Emilia Serra. Andrea Mancuso is a designer who has a lot of experience with furniture, and lighting – while Emilia Serra is an Italian architect with experience in exhibitions, installations, and interior design. Together with their different backgrounds but similar visions, they've been able to experiment and create an exhibition space, that shows the complex relationship existing in a room between space and objects.


Photo by Dietlind Wolf

In Andrea and Emilia's own words, "Analogia explores the materialisation of the imaginary, in its transient state of flux. A drawing in the air that traces the fine line between abstract thought and concrete reality." – Tiffany King

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  1. Amanda

    Your blog has the neatest stuff! I was just wondering if you would be willing to link to the post that you found stuff in, not just the blog. There are several things I wanted to go and learn more about and I dont have time to go through pages and pages and pages of each blog. So, I hope you dont mind me asking, but maybe a direct link for your posts? Thank you!

  2. Tiffany

    Hi Amanda,

    Not really sure what you mean? We only linked to the blog once. We actually linked to the direct project twice…hope that helps, if I missed what you were meaning, my apologies. 🙂 Best Tiffany

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